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MIS Content Overview

This guide will provide access to a wide variety of resources. Use the following links to start your research....

Contents:

  • Articles, Databases & Journals: Resources that contain popular, trade and scholarly business publications.

  • Career Resources: This guide has links to resources for job hunting, interviewing and writing resumes. Provides direct access to databases with career and internship information.

  • Citation Styles: This guide describes a variety of citation styles in great detail, use it as resource when citing your sources.

  • Citing Business Databases in APA Style: Use this resource if you need to cite reports from Hoover's, Mergent Online, Netadvantage or Plunkett's

  • Company Research Resources: This guide provides resources for locating information about a company's financial position, structure and competition.

  • Country Research: Locate EIU Country Data, Country Commercial Guides and  PESTLE (Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Legal and Environmental) reports.

  • Demographics: Current and historical census information resources.

  • Industry Research Resources:  This guides provides resources for locating about an industry's outlook and trends.

  • Market Research: Market research reports, market share, rankings and consumer behavior.

  • New Resources: Direct links to the Economist, Financial Times, New York Times and Wall Street Journal.

  • Opinions & Viewpoints: Op-eds from popular journals, polling data and policy papers.

  • Statistics: Business and economic statistical data.

  • Working Papers: Grey literature, unpublished yet popular articles.

  • Books & eBooks:This collection covers many areas of information technology including applied sciences, artificial intelligence, business, certification, computer science, databases, desktop applications, desktop publishing, e-business, e-commerce, enterprise computing, graphics, hardware, human-computer interaction, the Internet, IT management, markup languages, multimedia, networking, operating systems, programming, security, and software engineering.

Avoiding Plagiarism

This guide contains resources intended to provide practical tips for students on how to avoid plagiarism and to also answer some common questions regarding the topic. The guide contains the following sections:

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